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The Implications of Fragmented Genomic DNA Size Range on the Hybridization Efficiency in NanoGene Assay

Title
The Implications of Fragmented Genomic DNA Size Range on the Hybridization Efficiency in NanoGene Assay
Authors
Wang, XiaofangChua, BeeleeSon, Ahjeong
Ewha Authors
손아정
SCOPUS Author ID
손아정scopus
Issue Date
2018
Journal Title
SENSORS
ISSN
1424-8220JCR Link
Citation
SENSORS vol. 18, no. 8
Keywords
DNA fragmentationoptimum sizequantification capabilityhybridization efficiencymagnetic beadsquantum dots
Publisher
MDPI
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
DNA hybridization-based assays are well known for their ability to detect and quantify specific bacteria. Assays that employ DNA hybridization include a NanoGene assay, fluorescence in situ hybridization, and microarrays. Involved in DNA hybridization, fragmentation of genomic DNA (gDNA) is necessary to increase the accessibility of the probe DNA to the target gDNA. However, there has been no thorough and systematic characterization of different fragmented gDNA sizes and their effects on hybridization efficiency. An optimum fragmented size range of gDNA for the NanoGene assay is hypothesized in this study. Bacterial gDNA is fragmented via sonication into different size ranges prior to the NanoGene assay. The optimum size range of gDNA is determined via the comparison of respective hybridization efficiencies (in the form of quantification capabilities). Different incubation durations are also investigated. Finally, the quantification capability of the fragmented (at optimum size range) and unfragmented gDNA is compared.
DOI
10.3390/s18082646
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